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Jul 22

My First Attempts of Photographing the Moon

For several weeks now, I have been trying to attempt amateur astrophotography. I tried to build a cell phone adapter...

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Jul 22

Astro Fest 2018

This was a great event out at the Lake Afton Public Observatory. There had to be around 500 guests. We...

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Jul 21

Palestine Holds the World's Largest Astrophotography Camp Near the Dead Sea

On Thursday, 12 July , photographers both Palestinians and internationals headed to the Dead Sea desert in order to take...

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Jul 21

Palestine Holds the World's Largest Astrophotography Camp Near the Dead Sea

On Thursday, 12 July , photographers both Palestinians and internationals headed to the Dead Sea desert in order to take...

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Jul 21

Palestine Holds the World's Largest Astrophotography Camp Near the Dead Sea

On Thursday, 12 July , photographers both Palestinians and internationals headed to the Dead Sea desert in order to take...

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Jul 18

bright star-like light from lagoon nebula area

Hi All, Wondering if anyone else saw a bright star-like light coming from very close to or from the Lagoon...

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Jul 16

Astronomy & Night Sky Summer Series

We started the event with 3 Astronomy 101 presentations with 253 participants in attendance. During the presentations we gave an...

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Jul 13

Glitter Festival 2018'' keep following the brightness of the stars - strike up in Goias.

The Festival of Shine is a regional copy of the Global Astronomy Month, held every year in the winter since...

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Jul 10

My First Observation of Venus

On July 8th, 2018, I saw the planet Venus for the first time. With my reflector telescope and clear skies...

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Global Astronomy Month 2018

Global Astronomy Month (GAM), organized each April by Astronomers Without Borders, is the world's largest global celebration of astronomy. With a theme of The Moon, GAM 2018 brings new ideas and new opportunities, again bringing enthusiasts together worldwide to celebrate Astronomers Without Borders' motto One People, One Sky.
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